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Brown-Forman Sells Early Times, Canadian Mist, And Collingwood Brands To Sazerac

Brown-Forman has agreed to offload its Early Times, Canadian Mist, and Collingwood whisk(e)y brands to Sazerac for an undisclosed sum, along with its Canadian Mist production facilities. Continue reading →

Posted in News on June 15, 2020

Brown-Forman Posts Flat Fiscal Year Sales As Covid-19 Disrupts Fourth Quarter

Brown-Forman saw sales remain flat at $3.4 billion in its fiscal year through April, as a 10% slide to $709 million in its fourth quarter offset positive results earlier in the year. Continue reading →

Posted in News on June 9, 2020

Interview, Part 2: Brown-Forman President And CEO Lawson Whiting

In the second part of our interview, Brown-Forman president and CEO Lawson Whiting discusses the outlook for the company’s founding brand, Old Forester, opportunities in imported whisk(e)y, gin, and Tequila, and the potential for acquisitions moving forward. Continue reading →

Posted in News on April 23, 2020

Interview, Part 1: Lawson Whiting, President And CEO, Brown-Forman

Lawson Whiting has led Brown-Forman as president and CEO since the start of last year, and has immediately confronted significant challenges including tariffs on American whiskey in global markets and, most recently, the Covid-19 pandemic. 

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Posted in News on April 21, 2020

Industry Suppliers, Distributors Step Up To Support On-Premise Workers

Companies from across the beverage alcohol world—including producers, distributors, and bartenders’ organizations—are stepping up to provide financial and material assistance to help alleviate the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 23, 2020

Brown-Forman Posts Rising U.S. Sales, But Tempers Outlook On Global Challenges

Brown-Forman has reported that underlying net sales were up 3% to $2.7 billion for the first nine months of its fiscal year ended in January. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 4, 2020

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